Program Start Date: Any term
Minimum Program Length: 74 academic weeks; 5 terms day, 6 terms evening; 70 credits
Curriculum Code: 35362
Automated manufacturing technology students learn to maintain, install, operate and service all types of automated systems, including robotic work cells. They study electrical and electronic theory and computer, mechanical and robotic fundamentals.
Students gain experience building electronic circuits, troubleshooting and servicing robots, servicing fluid power systems, employing predictive maintenance techniques, and solving problems on computers.
Robotics technician, automated systems technician, electromechanical technician, systems specialist, electromechanical associate.
The automated manufacturing technology curriculum is unique in that it incorporates the fields of electrical, electronic, mechanical, computer programming, robotics, and process control systems into one course of study. This is extremely attractive to employers in modern manufacturing who are specifically looking to hire multi-skilled technicians into new and up-to-date operations.
EEDA Career Cluster:
Manufacturing; Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics